How a jeweller in Australia got the news that the jeweller she was working for was an undercover cop

Posted September 18, 2018 09:59:51 I have been working at the Jewelry in Time shop in Melbourne’s inner west for almost 10 years.

It was the last jewellery store I worked at, and I was surprised when I heard the news about the undercover cop working there.

I’ve worked at the shop for 13 years, and it’s always been a happy and welcoming place, with a great vibe and staff.

The police did nothing wrong, I have to admit, but it was still very upsetting.

I have never been harassed or intimidated by anyone.

But in my 20 years working there, I never heard anything from the police about this cop.

I know they’ve got CCTV cameras and people in unmarked cars and they don’t take them out, but I never felt safe at the jewellers.

I have been told by a few people that I should report the incident to the police, but nothing has come of it.

I’m not sure what else to do.

I hope someone else is still alive and well.

I spoke to the shop owner who told me that she thought it was a misunderstanding and that he’d be okay.

She was surprised that it was an officer who came in and asked her questions.

I think it was probably the best thing that could have happened to her, because she’d been in such a stressful situation.

She told me she had been in contact with the local police, who have said that they have received no complaints and that there are no concerns about the behaviour of the undercover officer.

The jeweller said the police would not be taking any action against the officer.

I don’t know if I should take it any further.

I haven’t spoken to my boss about it.

The store is a little more than 10 minutes’ drive from my home, so I don’t feel safe walking up the stairs when I’m walking into the shop.

I really don’t think there’s much point in going out and talking to the staff about it, so if anyone knows anything, please let me know.

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